St. Louis Rams Articles
Flipper Anderson
Willie Lee “Flipper” Anderson, Jr. was born on March 7, 1965 in Paulsboro, New Jersey. He is a former NFL wide receiver who played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1988-1994, Indianapolis Colts in 1995, Washington Redskins in 1996, and Denver Broncos in 1997. He played college football at UCLA. He is nicknamed “Flipper” after the TV show “Flipper.”
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Tony Banks
Tony Banks was drafted in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams and soon found himself the starter. Banks had some good games but turned the football over too often. In fact, during his rookie season he shattered the fumble record for a season with 21 (It was previously 18), and did it in only 14 games. (1)
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Willie Ellison
Willie Ellison was born on November 1, 1945 in Lockhart, Texas. Ellison was an NFL running back who played eight seasons in the National Football League. He was drafted with the 33 pick overall in the second round of the 1967 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams.
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Roman Gabriel

Roman Gabriel was born on August 5, 1940 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Gabriel starred at North Carolina State and was selected with the second pick in the first round of the 1962 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams.


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Marshall Faulk
Marshall Faulk, born and raised in Louisiana, found his way to sunny San Diego on a football scholarship to play for the Aztecs. A long way from home, San Diego State was one of few division 1 schools to offer Faulk the chance to play his position of running back; most others recruited him as a quarterback. San Diego was a good fit, as it turned out, leading the naysayers to question their thought process as Marshall started from day one and ended his Freshman campaign with a startling 1429 yards rushing and 23 total touchdowns. The high point came early against the University of the Pacific where he piled up 386 yards rushing and 7 touchdowns in just his second collegiate start. Too small for the position they said, Marshall finished his college career with 62 total touchdowns, proving that he could play.
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St. Louis Rams 2008 NFL Draft Grade
There was a very solid draft from top to bottom for the Rams. Chris Long is an absolute stud and Donnie Avery could step in quick to compliment Torry Holt right away. They may have found a pair of starting guards in Greco and Scheuning, two players who will contribute early and often, hopefully keeping Bulger upright for a change. Justin King is a great talent once being the number one recruit in the country to Penn St. He lacks size but can really fly and is an impressive athlete. Keenan Burton from Kentucky has definite ability and could have been taken a lot earlier but he was banged up for much of the year for the Wildcats.
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